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team and we start with your forecast first." brad/wx wall weather adlib: today's overcast skies turned into some light snow into central iowa this afternoon. accumulations are light, but it might cause some slippery spots for drivers. the snow will be moving out of here tonight , but the clouds will stick around through saturday morning. it will stay fairly mild though with temps leveling off in the mid 20s with light sw winds. saturday is going to be warmer and feel fairly nice with highs climbing into the mid and upper 30s. sunday will be mild, but also very windy. winds will be picking snow for especially where they have so our temps will climb the high, but clouds and more snow showers will swing back through in the late afternoon. accumulations again look fairly minimal but watch the roads if you're driving around to any super bowl watch parties. light snow showers will likely stick around into monday morning with heavy winds and falling temperatures. next week is looking very much like the dead of winter. oh, well... march is just around the corner! jack: des moines police are outlining their extensive plan to shape up court avenue in response to more crimes in that area. " local 5 news at 10 in hd starts now. we are iowa" jack/2shot good evening. welcome to local 5 news,
i'm jack miller. stephanie/2shot and i'm stephanie angleson. stephanie: after a murder last year, there were some big concerns about safety on court avenue. but new tonight, those concerns are being met with big changes. a special committee committee is revealing plans to upgrade security local five's jacob peklo breaks down the differences you'll likely see. jacob peklo, reporting: "a late november homicide here in the des moines entertainment district raised a lot of concerns about the safety around court avenue. the changes are all being done to create a greater level of transparency for the city." dana wingert, des moines police chief: "there's nothing more frustrating than having an issue that you know that you can't solve by yourself." des moines police will soon have a greater presence inside the entertainment district. six officers will be downtown every weekend, as well as for other major holidays throughout the year. chris coleman, city council: "nobody is going to be thinking that we're going to be hunting people down and who doesn't have an id and did somebody litter, this is about helping people enjoy our city." in addition to extra patrols, local businesses will install better lighting---and not just on the main streets. moines police chief: and a county to be on the radar for national events. in less than two months, we're going to have the ncaas here." will cost about $220-
from the city, county and others. local restaurants and bars had invested in security in the past, but now local hotels and residences are on board as well. christine hensley, city council: "i think that's what makes des moines so unique is the fact that you have all these stakeholders and partners coming together to address this issue." jacob peklo, reporting: "the nine cameras will be rather obvious to anyone who's downtown. authorities say the effect is not meant to be like big brother, but to promote a higher level of safety all around. in des moines, jacob peklo, local five news. we are iowa." stephanie: and this weekend on local 5 we'll tell you why a local electronic company made a big donation to this project. jack: new charges in a crash that killed two and severely injured two last august it happened when an r-v hauling a trailer ran the stop sign at the intersection of g-76 and highway 69 in warren county. the collision killed 72 year old karla handy
old eric fuller. also injured in the crash, eric's mother and his 10 year old sister. the driver of the r-v is from oklahoma and told officers he didnt see the stop sign in time. he's been charged with failure to obey a stop sign. but now warren county attorneys are adding two more charges. failure to maintain control and driving on the wrong side of the road. the fuller family who has been recovering for the last six months, say they just want accountability ""he changed our lives forever. and i want him to remember for the rest of his what he did to everyone else.he said he seen the stop sign but ddint think it was for him" " jack: if hutton is found guilty on the charges, he may face a one thousand dollar fine or a 180 day license
stephanie: imagine sprinting in your best cocktail dress... or a feather boa... or maybe a cowboy hat. that's what happened in uptown ankeny today for the red dress dash. it's an event to raise awareness for heart disease in women. and photographer austin page caught all the action. "i mean the floral colors going on here, they're eye catching! alright, jeremy, your in. no? not the mayor? alright, you got shook out. now here we have mr. edwards. now, what are we going to do with this? oh, he got a thumbs up. if he would have gotten thumbs down he would never hear the end of it back at the office i have a hat, a jacket, a cover, a cape, we even went with a hood. boa, earrings, jewelry. i just had fun with it. do you think i'm ready? alright everyone are you ready to hit the streets for the fight against heart disease? yea! oh, come on, we can do better then that. are we ready? yea! alright here comes the countdown 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. let's dash! croud cheering i'm glad i didn't wear heels. there are tailgaters out here.
cramping, oh! " stephanie: heart disease is the leading global cause of death, and the american heart association is hoping events like these bring awareness to the issue and encourage people to get screenings and more checkups. jack: coming up on local 5 news at 10... we break down all that happened in high school baskebtall around central iowa. brad: ((ad lib weather toss)) take sot monday on good take sot
morning iowa... when it comes to traffic, people will do just about anything to get around delays. but one commuter in texas has found a very unique way to avoid the waiting... and sam has a look at your forecast ((:04 wx ad-lib)) that's monday on the all-new good morning iowa! "your watching local 5 news at 10 in hd with jack miller, stephanie
edwards and local 5 sports with sports director jon schaeffer. this is local 5 news at 10. we are iowa." brad: weather adlib: today's overcast skies turned into some light snow into central iowa this afternoon. accumulations are light, but it might cause some slippery spots for drivers. the snow will be moving out of here tonight , but the clouds will stick around through saturday morning. it will stay fairly mild though with temps leveling off in the mid 20s with light sw winds. saturday is going to be warmer and feel fairly nice with highs climbing into the mid and upper 30s. sunday will be mild, but also very windy. winds will be picking up to 20-30 mph and causing some blowing snow for especially northern counties where they have so much on the ground. our temps will climb right next to 40 for the high, but clouds and more snow showers will swing back through in the late afternoon. accumulations again look fairly minimal but watch the roads if you're driving around to any super bowl watch parties. light snow showers will likely stick around into monday morning with heavy winds and falling temperatures. next week is looking very much like the dead of winter. oh,
hoops on local 5. with jon schaeffer and jordan furbee jon: welcome back before we get into some high school highlights-- late breaking news from iowa state. travis hines with the ames tribune is reporting jameel mckay has been suspended indefinitely and did not make the trip to stillwater oklahoma for tomorrow's game against oklahoma state. mckay tweeted out it is just one game. we will see if that holds true-- remember halice cooke was left showing up late for practice. so something as small as that-- we'll wait and see. jon: the centennial jaguars girls basketball team is the best 3 point shooting team in class 5a. they're a whopping 42 percent from beyond the arc. the team right behind them? waukee-- how bout that they meet tonight in the waukee field house for a three spree! join this one in progress third quarter-- one point game-- centennial's tasha vipond with the basket. for two teams
a lot of damage inside tonight. but mollie deskin showing the range for waukee. waukee up 2--- inside now to riley jacobson who weaves her way past the defender-- and in for a pair. centennial sticking with it inside the paint-- vipond the bank is open then sydney wycoff cuts the warrior lead to 1 with the three from downtown. keanna williams adding to the jags points-- the pump and the drive gets the roll off the iron and in. kendyl lindaman with the jumper and a hand in her face it still gets nothing but net. then she drives gets a little space and the kiss off the window and in. centennial up 3. under a minute to littlefield cuts with the layin. centennial hits one free throw-- two point game-- waukee-- the iron and ciml division title with a 45 to 43 win over number
jordan: over to johnston, the #2 dragons hosting #13 dowling. j-town up 27-22 at the break. 3rd quarter they add to it! elle brown with the steal and she takes it to the house! dragons go up by 13! but back comes dowling. becca hittner on the drive goes off glass for two! more from the future drake bulldog. the back door cut, count the bucket and the foul. 2 of her 18 on the night. maroons within 6. but ahead to the 4th quarter, taryn knuth proves too much. the 6'4 junior was beastly. she gets the hoop and the hack on hittner. then it's rinse and repeat as brown finds knuth for two more. she also finished with 18. then watch as at the other end she comes up with the big swat on hittner! knuth and the dragons looking every bit like the #2 team in 5a, they win by 10, 57-47! jordan: 11th ranked valley making the trip over to take on urbandale. early first quarter,
start out hot. kracht from the free throw line cashes in the jumper for two. more from kracht now on the drive, she lays it in.. the "u" up 6. but then hannah fuller took over the game. she spots up and swishes in the three ball... later on it's fuller again from beyond the arc, good for three more. valley takes the lead. and they wouldn't look back. fuller again. somebody guard her!! valley rolls easily, 70-40 is the final. jon: number 12 grinnell traveling to number 13 dallas center grimes in a ranked showdown. dcg offense cooking early. brooke kramer swings it over to jenna borchers and the sophomore splashes down the three. ponies keep it going. again kramer finds selena nolte, she steps into the elbow jumper. but grinnell answers. kameron moore on the farside, she crosses over the defense..then splits the defenders and kisses it off the glass. this game back and forth all night. moore leading the break now. she finds naomi jackson right in front of you. jackson hits the
center grimes wins in a thriller 62 to 59. jon: woodward and earlham battling tonight. hawks alyssa bice catch and shoot. hawks stay at it, kendra huisman with the turnaround from eight feet.. cardinals mickailin holtry splashing the deep three. earlham answers, taylor williamson with the drive and hoop woodward granger takes it 60 to 36. jon: still to come we move over to boys action including an indianola team ready to try and land another upset against a ciml metro team.
thru 4-a last night as they rallied from a 10-point 4th quarter deficit to upset #9 north! tonight the indians going after another ranked squad... indianola traveling up to take on #4 hoover, the huskies making sure there would be no upset tonight! especially aldreais campbell. he was a man possessed to start the game. fights thru traffic for the hoop. then it's campbell on the drive again thru three defenders up and in!
points. then he passes off the hot hand to y'vez quinn who cashes in the three! hoover up 8-0!! indians looking for an answer. jack jensen is seeing triple! then jensen finds graham sandquist for the easy bunny. indians within 5. but hoover would pull away. douglas wilson with the board, the hoop and the foul! huskies roll, 53- 28 they clinch the ciml metro title and still have yet to lose to a team from iowa! jordan: back to urbandale, #2 valley trying to bounce back from its first loss of the season. tigers up 13-8 after one. 2nd quarter, pete economos. with more english than downton abbey! wow, the scoop and score for two! then off the inbounds, turner scott works the give and go with carlo marble. scott spots up and splashes in the three! urbandale would answer. cade friedrichsen off the screen, shakes off the
left wide open. he gets the shot to fall in for two. but valley is so quick in transition. scott scores before you can even catch your breath! then it's quinton curry, we know the kid can fly and make monster dunks. but his hook shot is pretty deadly as well! tigers up 32-16. they bounce back with the win, 70-38. jon: as for centennial and waukee boys-- well they're both receiving votes. the jags and warriors are both dangerous teams come tourney time-- and both are in could lead to big tonight the two square off. jump in 6 point halftime. centennial comes out firing nick oelman drives pumps and the floater falls. then oelman with a look from beyond the arc gets the roll-- lead cut to one. waukee calls timeout-- and out of that back to back threes. cade longnecker feeling it from downtown then michael winger splashes some twine with his triple-- lead up to 7. centennial back
range jumper goes down.. but waukee goes to work inside to the 6 foot 6 big man jacob rau who kisses it off the window and in lead back to 5. the jaguars refusing to go quietly into the night though-- check out the nifty give and go connor kasperbauer the finish. lead down to two for waukee- then check out rau tough guy sniff that rebound then the dish to adam rose who tickles the twine and the warriors get the double digit win tonight at home 66 to 56. jon: out to dallas center grimes we go-- the mustangs hosting the grinnell tigers. doug heritage adding to his career total with an early three-- dc-g up an early 1 point. this one a back and forth affair in the first-- sam allen the fancy footwork gets the finish off the glass and in. but back come the mustangs. anthony jacobsen with the air ball turned pass-- to dylan rude and he lays it in. mustangs trailing by one.
deeper after the rebound by cade mc knight-- who's able to get the put back then mcknight the kick out to lucas scherf knocking down the trey. heritage the answer at the near end-- behind back and hits the jumper. tigers lead cut to 3. this set play off trey washington to jacobsen nice just flex on em is... dc-g rolls over grinnell 75 to 56 for the mustangs. jon: . battle of the birds...earlham heads over to woodward- granger, to take on the hawks. cardinals moving the rock around the perimeter tonight....canyon hopkins with a nice chest pass to andy algreen, burying the triple. hawks trying to keep it close, marcus mcconaha turns the corner and is able to finish with the nice reverse. cardinals put it away though, hopkins with the pass and pick away....three ball corner pocket....cardina ls roll in this one 78 to 32.
woodward academy taking on madrid in the jungle. great crowd on hand for the knights. and they feed off of it. bobby collins finds the loose ball and then finds ty-ray king for two. woodward academy playing well early on. but madrid starts to get things going. michael santi gets the steal and he's rewarded with an easy layup. back and forth we go. but madrid's big man got going. devin braun- schweig steps outside and nails the three. madrid big winners, 64 to 45. (according to flat tire lounge in madrid who we just called)(a reminder to call in your scores or tweet us!) jon/3shot (wrap sports) we'll be right back... you're watching local five news at 10.
though with temps leveling off in the mid 20s with light sw winds. saturday is going to be warmer and feel fairly nice with highs climbing into the mid and upper 30s. sunday will be mild, but also very windy. winds will be picking up to 20-30 mph and causing some blowing snow for especially northern counties where they have so much on the ground. our temps will climb right next to 40 for the high, but clouds and more snow showers will swing back through in the late afternoon. accumulations again look fairly minimal but watch the roads if you're driving around to any super bowl watch parties. light snow showers will likely stick around into monday morning with heavy winds and falling temperatures. next week is looking very much like the dead of winter. oh, well... march is just around the corner! stephanie: jack: thank you for